My First Bananagrams: Multi-Award Winning Kid's Spelling Game
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- A educational kid's game designed to build spelling and literacy
- Features lowercase letters and word-building, combo letter tiles
- Includes spelling mini games - the perfect gift for children
- Winner of Parents Magazine Best Toys Award, Creative Child 2016 Game of the Year and more
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My First BANANAGRAMS uses lowercase letters and combo-letter tiles to help nurture your child's love for wordplay and word games. With multiple activities and mini games, they'll enjoy a play-progression towards our original BANANAGRAMS experience!
Lower Case and Combo-letters To Help With Word-Building
When you're new to spelling and word-building, it can be tough to remember which letters often go together.
My First BANANAGRAMS gives learners a helping hand, with combo tiles of common letter combinations such as 'qu' and 'ch'.
Mini Games That Ripen Young Reading and Spelling Skills
We believe that fun and games are the best way to learn!
My First BANANAGRAMS is bursting with fun activities and mini games to help build reading and spelling skills through play.
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Our awards include:
Parents Magazine Best Toys Award
Oppenheim Best Toy Award Gold Seal
Creative Child 2016 Game of the Year
National Parenting Product Awards Winner
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word recognition. Each week we sort the letters for her list of words she needs to study and put them in a zip-lock baggie The case that the letters
come in is cute and the letters are very colorful. The only concern or suggestion would be to have the consonants one color and the vowels another
color. I would recommend this product and know that it will be a tool that we can use for many purposes in the next few years.
We all love the bright colors!
The brochure inside gave me tones of ideas n reinforced the vowels n the blends. I’d kinda like to get another set of these or 2 more! If this is the only way to get my sit and spell words or just SIT :) and play w letters. I have not seen my 2nd grader use her lettters to create words. Although she can read. She’s not able to sound out words. And yet she knows each sound. She loves these! I truly hope by school year end she will have mastered more than a CVC written word!
My kids said the tiles just look My special needs child noticed the color patterns in her spelling words! She can only spell if she has that pretty pattern. It reminds her if she drops her vowels Vowel teams while trying to write legibly. So honestly all ages can play. The real game or malevup your own game. Or use for school to get a hands on sensory approach to spelling words :)!
The kids n I think the tiles fell nice too. More like that material dominoes r made out of.
Then add colors. Similar to the way we use reading today. The banana letter tiles were faster for the little one to find her missing vowels. 7yr old uses them n feel happy. Ok. SPELL n she did. She first started w her k maybe this fun thing gaveHowever
U can play by rules. Use w phonics lessons. Helps w blending sounds n learning the chunks of sound heard in words. . A special needs option surprisingly she will click them together for Sound n she likes the sound while she searches for a letter. I’m so happy I bought the banana bag w happy feeling letter tiles that have pretty colors.
I’d like to have a couple more bags n gett her to do ALL her spelling words n be able to look at it n try to memorize spelling words too. I think I need to buy a few more packages so she can create all the words on the list all at one time. Then again. The apples n pear onesi saw were awesome looking too! I’m a huge fan of these tiles!! I’m looking for the whale 🐳 addition n subtracting mobi jr Whale. It’s a Similar tile concept. The beautiful tiles have Calming turquoise n other colors too! Oh I want em all. Haha :)!
I’ Maybe I’ll try the Apple ones If they feel the same, she’ll love em.
There R too many great things bout The Letter have helped her in so many ways. Even the letter attached to the zipper has 1 letter on a chain n she hold it close n feel the soft side. Anyone no matter age should try playing em. Sorting. Colors. Letters line or Curved galore. I’ve heard moms put magnets on the Tiles too.
It’s soft hand rubs it w
So nobody has had any lettters slung across the room at anyone else either, huh. Who’d have thought the entire family has played w my happy feeling pretty letter tiles :)! No matter the age or ability level of your kids, I’m so impressed w the quality and the versatility of the letters. I’m thankful for The cots n yeas they are happy looking lettersuch athis had anyone can touch the letter n Try guessing bfamily You’ll find fun I’m so thankful for the banana gull of letters :)